As businesses look to improve efficiencies across their organization, many are turning to SharePoint to save money while empowering and connecting their employees and customers. SharePoint has solutions for every aspect of your business – intranet, collaboration, public communities and internet sites.
Actually the first O365 tenants are updated to SharePoint 2013 backend components in the background. This results in some technical difficulties. One is the Search. The SharePoint 2013 Search Engine based on a new / upgraded Search Backend system. The FAST Engine had a big impact in all the new functions and features. More details can be found here: http://nbsharepointtalk.blogspot.de/2012/07/whats-new-within-sharepoint-2013-search.html .
This book is designed to be a practical guide to jump start the reader’s learning about the specifics of SharePoint 2013. The focus is on Team Sites and MySite – not Publishing Sites – and specifically the visual elements of the sites. The book is filled with images and embedded videos to give the reader a complete visual understanding of what to look for in the new release and how each area operate
In the workshop we’ll be doing in Copenhagen at the European SharePoint Conference we won’t just talk about it and do demos. All the attendees will have their own accounts in Yammer, Office 365 and SharePoint 2013. We’ll be provisioning Office 365 sites, following documents, configuring lists for ratings and likes, and really getting our hands dirty
For more than a decade, Quest Software has been engaged in a blizzard of marketing around ZeroIMPACT migrations. It began at Aelita in 2001 and then continued after Quest’s acquisition of the same. However, as we learned more and more about the cold, hard costs and risks associated with a SharePoint migration, we became keenly aware that we were providing only one piece of the project. It was as if we were providing only the head of a snowman; still missing the bottom two sections – services and hardware. That is to say, we learned:
One of the big new things in SharePoint 2013 is option too create MasterPages as plain old HTML files and let SharePoint then convert them to .master files, adding all necessary asp.net code into the file. How this works, is that basically any web developer can create a master frame in HTML, without needing to worry about the SharePoint specific stuff at all at that point. Then that file can be converted in SharePoint, and the needed SharePoint controls can be added to it as ready-made snippets.
This document outlines options, strategies, and available solutions for either upgrading or migrating to SharePoint 2013.